OFFICERSThe Executive Secretary of the Lagos State Security Trust Fund (LSSTF), Dr. Abdurrazaq Balogun has appealed to residents in Lagos to continue to support the members of the Nigerian Police Force in order for the officers and men to discharge their duties effectively.

Balogun stated this today, Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at the training of officers of the Rapid Response squad (RRS) of the Nigeria Police Force, Lagos  state command on how to apply simulation of bleeding control and cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on accident victims. The training was held on Governor Road, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos state.

He noted that the training was part of the quarterly training for officers of the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) for them to assist in saving lives on the road during emergencies.

Doctor Balogun added that the training was to ensure that the officers, as first responders to emergencies in Lagos, know the basic steps to saving lives and how they can stabilize victims of emergencies before the arrival of medical teams.

He maintained that such brand of trainings distinguish RRS officers from their counterparts in the Lagos Police Command.

“It is important for all us to realize that the police are meant to serve us. Let us on our part support them in whichever way or manner they may require of us”, Balogun said.

Speaking at the event, the Commander, Rapid Response Squad, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Tunji Disu said 330 officers benefitted from the training on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), cardio – pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and bleeding control.officers

He noted that the training would serve as added value to what the officers already know, maintaining that the training would be useful to them in their various beats and at home.

RRS Commander added that policing is about giving service to members of the public and saving life is part of police duties.

“They have been told the importance of responding swiftly to emergencies and we are confident that they would do better when next they respond to emergencies.

“We have gotten to a stage in the country where we have realized that the police are working for the public and for the public to know that we can’t work alone, there must be constant cooperation between the police and members of the public”. Disu analyzed.

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